North West England and Cambridge.
Managing ear conditions including hearing and balance problems, tinnitus, chronic discharging ears including cholesteatoma and ear drum perforation.
Mr Malik has a broad experience of managing common ENT problems in adults and children. He graduated from Lucknow University in India and completed a master’s in ENT. He was awarded the best candidate award. He then undertook a further three years training as a senior registrar in otology and skull base surgery. He then moved to the UK and completed the UK ENT training in North West England and Cambridge. He was awarded ‘Completion Certificate of Training’ by the UK Joint Committee on Higher Surgical Training and is on the GMC Specialist Register (GMC number 6057595).
Mr Malik has a keen interest in research and has published widely and presented in several national and international conferences. He has been recently involved in several UK multicentre and international trials including trials for interventional treatment for tinnitus, glue ear and hearing loss. He also has an interest in the area of ear problems, hearing loss, facial weakness, endoscopic sinus surgery and paediatric ENT issues. He has published widely and has more than 30 publications. He has also presented in several international and national meetings and conferences.
Mr Malik has a particular interest in medical education. He is the ENT lead for medical education in trust and is a member of Surgical Training Committee for ENT Higher Surgical Trainees at Health Education North West. He teaches and trains medical undergraduates as well as postgraduates. He is educational supervisor for higher surgical trainees & core surgical trainees in ENT at Blackpool Victoria Hospital. He is also Honorary Senior Lecturer in Edge Hill University and teaches on the ENT MCh course run by the university. He is actively involved in simulation based training for medical undergraduates & postgraduates.